KJLH Radio presents the 21st Annual Women’s Health Expo! This year’s theme is “Your Health: Through the Lens of COVID.” This virtual event will take a 360-degree look at COVID, it’s impact and how we move forward.
KJLH’s very own Adai Lamar will kick it off with a look at COVID: From Virus to Vaccine with Dr. Cassandra Mahan-Richards, Board Certified Immunologist and Dr. Condessa Curly, Medical Director of Clinic Services and lead COVID 19 Worksite Outbreak Management Unit for Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.
Following will be a COVID session titled “Please Come Get My Husband and These Kids” a real talk discussion on our lives during Stay Safe at Home and the impact on mental health, relationships and more. The panel will include Aisha Offray Deal a relationship specialist, Dr. Curly Bonds, Chief Medical Officer Los Angeles County Public Mental Health, Dr. Adaina Brown Local District West Superintendent LAUSD and Vera Stewart Bank of America.
Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science GIS Laboratory’s Paul Robinson will look at the actual development of the vaccine and expected advances that will continue to improve our health. Dr. Condessa Curley, Medical Director of the Biomedical Imaging Research Institute will discuss our ongoing health challenges as we navigate the road ahead with Covid’ s new strains and possible booster shot.
Angela Gibson-Shaw President of the Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce will address the importance of business partnerships and networking. Constance Anderson of The Center by Lendistry will make entrepreneurs aware of the many resources available to them coming out of the economic shut down.
Of course we will also include our popular segments like Healthy Cooking with Tammi Mac and special celebrity chef Angela Means of “Friday” fame. There will also be healthy dishes from local black-owned restaurants CW Chris and Uncle Darrow’s.
Don’t miss our vendors section!
If you can’t tune in on KJLH Radio for the launch, on May 8th please check it out during the next 12 months. The virtual event will remain available online thru April 2022. Please share with a friend!
How to Register?
The event will remain available for viewing on the KJLH website until April 2022.